The image of the ‘bad girl’ is one that receives little respect, even though carelessness, needless risk and degeneracy are all acceptable hallmarks of youthful masculinity.
Tag: women’s rights
Delhi Through the Eyes of Its Working Class Women
For most Indian women, 'women's safety' means a lot more than 'freedom from sexual assault and harassment'.
Back to Basics: What Does Gender Equality Mean?
Esha Bahal got to step into the shoes of the British high commissioner for a day thanks to this video on gender equality.
An Indian Woman’s Story, Or a Tribute to Hannah Gadsby
As Hannah Gadsby says, "when you destroy a woman, you destroy her story."
My Ceiling is Not Your Son’s Playground
A poem about the different expectations we keep for girls and boys in the same family.
Students Unhappy with Admin Response, Will Continue Protesting Curfew at Bhopal’s Regional Institute of Education
While the college administration conceded some demands after three days of protest, it added some conditions that students want removed.
College: Where Men Get Freedom and Women Get Curfews
Women too should be allowed to pull all-nighters in the library, to gorge ourselves on oily dhaba food at 4 am, to aimlessly walk around campus, just because we …
After Week-Long Protest, VC Accepts HNLU Students’ Primary Demand
The students of Hidayatullah National Law University just got their first victory: A written assurance that hostel and library curfews will be extended till 3 am.
A Second Tryst With Destiny
This Independence Day, let's reclaim the flag and national anthem; 'Jai Hind' and 'Bharat Mata ki Jai'. Let's reclaim India from hate and tyranny.
I Don’t Feel Safe in My Own Country Anymore
I just want to be able to take the last metro without having to worry about that ten-minute auto ride home.